In this video we'll write
In this video we'll write the correct formula for Hydrochloric acid.
To write the formula for Hydrochloric acid we’ll use the Periodic Table, a and follow some simple rules.
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Drawing/writing done in InkScape. Screen capture done with Camtasia Studio 4.0. Done on a Dell Dimension laptop computer with a Wacom digital tablet (Bamboo).
Wait is that an L or an a, I legit can’t tell you say it’s an L but it looks like an a
Thanks so much sir
Plz make a video for hydrogen chloride
what is the empirical formula of hydrochloric acid?
We show how to make
We show how to make hydrochloric acid from sodium bisulfate and table salt.
The synthesis is rather simple, we generate hydrogen chloride gas by mixing together 140g of sodium bisulfate and 60g of sodium chloride salt and then heating. 20mL of water can be added to lower the temperature required but this is optional. Hydrogen chloride gas will be produced. This gas is lead into distilled water to produce hydrochloric acid. Be careful though, hydrogen chloride is so soluble that the water will pull itself into the tube trying to absorb it. In the video i use an elaborate back-flow prevention system to prevent loss of the product.
Sodium bisulfate is available as a pH lowering chemical. 30mL of sulfuric acid may be used as a replacement if you have it. Although if you had that, you probably don't need hydrochloric acid.
Would you also be able to generate clorine gas by mixing sodium chloride with sulfuric acid?
NaCl + H2SO4 -----> NaHSO4 + Cl?
Epic prank on annoying siblings
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Would this work with sodium bisulfite, instead of bisulfate?
I tried this but with sulphuric acid instead of sodium bisulphate - https://youtu.be/LuDr5RfnZbU
Vary the concentrations of
Vary the concentrations of reactants and measure the time it takes for product to appear.
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What type of reaction is this?
May i know what is the aim or objective for this experiment? Because i need to do a lab report for my studies
does anyone know if this reaction is endothermic or exothermic?